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Well here's the deal. I have Verizon FIOS (20Mb down/5Mb up) and I have a Linksys WRT54GL router with DD-WRT on it that connects it to another DD-WRT router that is used as an access point to connect the rest of my network. What will change on my setup if I get Vonage? Will have to to eliminate my setup or can I just connect my current router to the Vonage Linksys router that it comes with?
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Vonage annoyed me so I just started my own VoIP phone service.

You can just plug in the Linksys box and go.
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I have had Vonage for several years and love it. I have the Linksys Pap2 unit plugged into my router. I have Road Runner Lite internet and QOS setup and it works well.
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Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post
Well here's the deal. I have Verizon FIOS (20Mb down/5Mb up) and I have a Linksys WRT54GL router with DD-WRT on it that connects it to another DD-WRT router that is used as an access point to connect the rest of my network. What will change on my setup if I get Vonage? Will have to to eliminate my setup or can I just connect my current router to the Vonage Linksys router that it comes with?
just hook up the vonage router into your wrt54 and then call vonage and activate your service. they will need the mac address from the vonage device. once you do that, you should be able to start calling.
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